About Me

I am a PhD student in the School for the Future of Innovation in Society at Arizona State University. I am also an Associate Editor of Applied Biosafety and a Past-President of ABSA International.

As a PhD student studying the Human and Social Dimensions of Science and Technology, I use qualitative and quantitative analysis, controversy studies and future thinking to investigate the dis/connections between policymakers, implementers, and the public, with a goal of improving biological safety and security practices around the world.

My PhD advisor is Dr. Kathleen Vogel.

Journal Articles

Position Statements

Conferences

Communities of Practice

Resources for biosafety professionals.

Resources for biosecurity practitioners.

Outreach

Experience

Biosafety, biosecurity, chemical safety, dual use, emergency management, employee health, enterprise risk, gain of function, high containment, leadership, mentoring, safety, select agents, sustainability

Curriculum Vitae

CV / Resume

Learn more about my work experience, leadership skills, education, publications, presentations, and awards.

David-Gillum-Resume.pdf